My grandfather was a 'funny' man who in his will claimed his 2 sons, 1 being my father, offered him no moral support and therefore were not to receive any of his 3 properties even though they maintained the properties and looked after him whenever needed. He instead singled out and left 2 of his properties to 2 of his great grandchildren, whom he had never met, which they will receive as inheritance upon turning 21. The 3rd property is to be used towards their education. There are however 10 great grandchildren in total. The minors' guardians are wanting to be fair and refuse it on the children's behalf and return it in equal shares to the deceased's 2 sons. Do they have this power? I think this would be the only way to rectify this mess. My grandfather did continually tease my father and uncle that the properties were all theirs in order to keep them maintaining them but from some reading I've done this is probably not enough unless major detriment was caused. Any help appreciated!